Auto Shows NASCAR-NEWS APRIL 2021: Does the Bristol Motor Speedway get a roof?
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gets the Bristol Motor Speedway a roof? (1st April)
with theon the Bristol Motor Speedway converted to the Dirt-Track Motor Speedway and last but not least SMI (Speedway Motorsport Incorporated) as the owner of the actually concrete racetrack for all sorts of upright eyebrows. Now SMI chief Marcus Smith has already the next potential surprise in the quiver: the Bristol Motor Speedway could be covered.
"We've already hung up in Bristol's largest free-beating TV," says Smith in, the podcast of Dale Earnhardt Jr., on the "Colossus TV" hanging since 2016. This consists of four TV screens, which are 19х yo meters. Starting, Smith continues now: "This thing is huge and the ropes are as thick as my legs. If we can hang this TV there, then we can pull a roof over."
for rough classification, how big such a roof would have to be: alone the pure route length of the Bristol Motor Speedway is 0.533 miles, which corresponds to almost 858 meters. "It was spoken in the past a roof. But now, but since we have the TV, I'm more confident that we can also get one, say, we can get ceiling," says Smith, who explains: "In the end, it's still only That's why the rain can prevent the day. "
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